Best Church Practices
Constitutions and Bylaws
Walk carefully through this important process since these documents will guide the church's future direction.
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Writing or revising a constitution and bylaws can be painstaking work because you're trying to do many things: Plan the way you govern your ministry; protect your church from legal intrusions; constructively work through any internal disputes; and put your church in a place to do ministry rather than spin your wheels. This download helps you think through and implement complete documents for your church's governance and organization.

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A Constitution and Bylaws: To Guide and Protect

Congregational-Style Church Constitution and Bylaws

Generic Presbyterian Church Constitution and Bylaws

Pastor-Centered Church Bylaws

Ethical Guidelines for Christian Living

A Sample Procedure for Biblical Discipline

Biblical Qualifications for Elders

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Topics:Bylaws, Church Board, Constitutions, Direction, Management, Not-for-profit issues, Objectives, Policies
Filters:Church board, Church, leaders of, Management
References:Titus 1:5, 1 Corinthians 14:40, Colossians 2:5
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Precious Onyeneke

February 27, 2011  5:12am

constitution and bye law download

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john landry

February 21, 2011  8:28pm

can two members of the same family sit on the ppr comm. yes or no and where can I find this out . thank you

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